The science behind the fat loss miracle

When your body is fat, the first thing you do is stop eating, a diet that has been shown to make you fat.

You also put on extra weight.

But is that fat loss really the result of weight loss?

Or are there hidden calories that make you lose fat?

This is the subject of a new documentary called Fat Loss, which airs on the BBC on Thursday.

The idea is to explore why people lose fat at all.

It is also a chance to show that eating a healthy, balanced diet will also make you leaner.

The programme will explore the science behind why fat loss happens and the hidden calories you can use to get the most out of your diet.

How do we lose weight?

The way we lose fat is complicated.

You can lose fat as a result of a number of factors, but the main one is how you eat.

The good news is that the body has a number, and the body is designed to respond to that, says Dr David Latham, a researcher at the University of Warwick.

In humans, it is known as the satiety hormone leptin.

When leptin levels are low, it sends signals to the hypothalamus to increase energy intake.

That increases the release of food into the blood stream.

But as leptin levels rise, it signals to your muscles to burn more fat.

The body burns fat for energy.

This is a process called thermogenesis, which is the process of the body converting food into energy.

You lose weight when your metabolism slows down or stops responding.

In the case of the BBC documentary, Dr Latham and his colleagues were able to show how this is happening in mice, which are leaner than humans.

But in humans, weight loss happens through other means.

Dr Lathan explains: We can talk about obesity in terms of the number of calories we eat, but it is also important to recognise that if you have a high carbohydrate diet, then you will gain weight.

You may gain a lot of fat, but your body will use that fat to make new muscle.

The main way you lose weight is by eating a diet high in fat, says David Stolzenberg, professor of nutrition at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.

But the body doesn’t just get fat.

It also stores fat in the liver, which can store up to 15 per cent of body weight, and in the pancreas, which makes insulin, the hormone that helps your cells break down fat.

So when you lose body fat, you lose your ability to burn fat.

If you lose all your body fat and just keep the body fat stored, then your body stores the rest as fat in muscle tissue.

This will eventually lead to a weight loss, says Prof Stolberg.

What are hidden calories?

In the BBC programme, Dr David Stoltz, who co-wrote the book Fat Loss: A Guide to the Science Behind the Biggest Weight Loss Miracle, explores how your body responds to the fat-burning hormone leptin when it is low.

When you are very lean, there is a large amount of fat in your liver.

When your liver is low, your liver uses fat as fuel.

When the body burns this fat, it releases insulin, which slows down your metabolism and the rate at which your muscles can burn fat, he explains.

It can also reduce the activity of the liver’s own enzyme called glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1), which is responsible for releasing the insulin and making fat cells turn into muscle.

But because the liver doesn’t have GLP-2, it can’t release insulin to the muscle cells that are trying to burn the fat, so you end up with a loss of fat cells.

This leads to the loss of muscle mass, which also makes you look fatter.

How to lose weight with food?

Dr Lenton says that, if you are lean and healthy, you can eat plenty of carbohydrates to get a lean body mass.

But if you get fat, then the body uses its fat stores to make more fat to keep you in a healthy weight, he says.

Dr Stolz points out that if your body gets too fat, and you are trying really hard to lose it, it will put on muscle.

This means that your muscle mass will increase and you will look fitter, which will make you look leaner and more attractive to the opposite sex.

You are also more likely to lose the extra weight if you eat less than usual, and that means you lose more muscle mass and a smaller waistline, Dr Stoltzer says.

When will I gain weight?

Dr Stolkz says that your chances of gaining weight after a diet change are slim, but you should consider going for a diet, whether it is a low-fat, low-carbohydrate, low carbohydrate, high-fat or moderate-carb diet.

He says the longer you keep the diet, the better your chances are.

“If you do have to make